Based on something I posted on Facebook a few weeks ago I realized that there might be some misconceptions on the part of myself and maybe some other people out there about the sustainability of raising animals for meat. So, while travelling from house to house during my move I pondered these points. This episode has poor production values but I wanted to get something out after so long an absence.
*My stance on human-caused global warming.
*You may not think meat animals have an effect on global warming (or that it even is caused by Carbon) but does it have any other side effects?
*The things that have allowed meat animals to exist in the numbers they do. You can’t love hate GMO’s and Big Ag and assume you are entitled to your daily share of beef!
*Why my ancestors (and probably yours too) never raised animals for meat but rather for other protein sources (eggs, milk). Meat was a byproduct and was enjoyed sparingly.
*Learn why meat dictated the date of Christmas!
*What are some alternatives?